The salesmen offering 40% returns on burial plots: As banks slash their rates, savers are being tempted by exotic deals... but can any be trusted?



On a late summer evening, the huge Jewish graveyard on the outskirts of London is eerily quiet. Row after row of white stones stretch into the distance. 
Along the perimeter is a high brick wall. The only entrance is a huge metal gate.
There's not a soul to be seen. The only sound you're likely to hear as you wander among the plots is your own footsteps.
This lonely spot in Rainham, Essex, is possibly one of the last places savers might associate with making money.
Yet an investment firm is selling the burial plots here on claims that they'll deliver returns of 40 per cent after two years.... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Business, Views: 32
Source: Daily Mail
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